De Stijl Collectie 1917

De Stijl, Dutch for "The Style", pushed forward the fundamental principle of use of asymmetric geometry of the straight lines, squares and rectangles. 

The year was 1917, and a movement was rising in the world of art and architecture. With unadulterated devotion to abstracts, and reducing the theme of colors and forms to essentials, De Stilj, or The Style was born, exuding class of the finest. Artists Theo Van Doesburg and Piet Mondrian developed the language of abstract paintings and embraced the vision of art in primary colors.  

Take a look as the magic of a century ago returns to bring alive your abode, with the finesse of industrial furnishing.

Explore our collection as we pay homage to a historic Dutch Art Movement founded in 1917 in Amsterdam.